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ASEAN University Games

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ASEAN University Games
AbbreviationAUG
First event1981 Chiang Mai, Thailand
Occur every2 years
Last event2018 Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

ASEAN University Games (AUG) is a biennial sports event that involves athletes from the universities of the ASEAN member countries. Organised by the members of the ASEAN University Sports Council (AUSC), the first event was held in 1981.[1]

Sports

Participating nations

List of ASEAN University Games

Edition Year Host city Host country Date Sports Events Nations Top ranked team Ref
I 1981 Chiang Mai  Thailand  Indonesia [citation needed]
II 1982 Jakarta  Indonesia  Indonesia [citation needed]
III 1984 Bangi  Malaysia  Indonesia [2]
IV 1986 Singapore  Singapore  Indonesia [3]
V 1988 Pattaya  Thailand  Thailand [citation needed]
VI 1990 Bandung  Indonesia  Indonesia [citation needed]
VII 1993 Shah Alam  Malaysia  Indonesia [2]
VIII 1994 Singapore  Singapore  Indonesia [3]
IX 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan  Brunei  Indonesia [citation needed]
X 1999 Bangkok  Thailand 79 9  Thailand [4]
XI 2002 Manila  Philippines 19–24 January 8  Thailand [5]
XII 2004 Surabaya  Indonesia 5–12 December 10 112 10  Thailand [6]
XIII 2006 Hanoi  Vietnam 16–22 December 12 157 9  Vietnam [7]
XIV 2008 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 11–21 December 21 219 10  Malaysia [8]
XV 2010 Chiang Mai  Thailand 15–23 December 15 183 11  Thailand [9]
XVI 2012 Vientiane  Laos 12–20 December 17 240 11  Malaysia [10]
XVII 2014 Palembang  Indonesia 11–21 December 18 208 11  Indonesia [11]
XVIII 2016 Singapore  Singapore 10–19 July 15 173 11  Thailand [12]
XIX 2018 Naypyidaw  Myanmar 10–19 December 17 203 11  Thailand [13]
XX 2020 Ubon Ratchathani  Thailand December [citation needed]

Edition logos and mascots

Results

1999

Source: [4]

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)*643315112
2 Indonesia (INA)84315
3 Malaysia (MAS)5171537
4 Philippines (PHI)2162947
5 Vietnam (VIE)0549
6 Singapore (SIN)041721
7 Brunei (BRU)0011
 Cambodia (CAM)0011
 Laos (LAO)0011
Totals (9 nations)797986244

2004

Source: [6]

  *   Host nation (Indonesia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)524626124
2 Indonesia (INA)*303348111
3 Malaysia (MAS)10182452
4 Philippines (PHI)1091130
5 Vietnam (VIE)94720
6 Singapore (SIN)12912
7 Brunei (BRU)0044
8 Cambodia (CAM)0000
 East Timor (TLS)0000
 Laos (LAO)0000
Totals (10 nations)112112129353

2006

Source: [17]

  *   Host nation (Vietnam)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Vietnam (VIE)*745237163
2 Thailand (THA)423349124
3 Indonesia (INA)27323493
4 Malaysia (MAS)7193763
5 Philippines (PHI)57618
6 Singapore (SIN)252027
7 Laos (LAO)061521
8 Brunei (BRU)0178
9 Cambodia (CAM)0112
Totals (9 nations)157156206519

2010

Source: [18]

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Thailand (THA)*586150169
2 Indonesia (INA)465150147
3 Malaysia (MAS)373644117
4 Vietnam (VIE)34161464
5 Philippines (PHI)542433
6 Laos (LAO)293041
7 Singapore (SIN)162330
8 Brunei (BRU)0033
 East Timor (TLS)0033
10 Myanmar (MYA)0022
11 Cambodia (CAM)0000
Totals (11 nations)183183243609

2014

Source: [19]

  *   Host nation (Indonesia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Indonesia (INA)*667846190
2 Thailand (THA)533427114
3 Malaysia (MAS)404229111
4 Vietnam (VIE)2715446
5 Philippines (PHI)10112142
6 Laos (LAO)761326
7 Singapore (SIN)471324
8 Myanmar (MYA)03710
9 Cambodia (CAM)0303
10 Brunei (BRU)0011
 East Timor (TLS)0011
Totals (11 nations)207199162568

External links

References

  1. ^ About Us
  2. ^ a b AUG 2008 mforum
  3. ^ a b Singapore athletes confident ahead of Asean University Games
  4. ^ a b 1999 AUG
  5. ^ 2002 AUG
  6. ^ a b 2004 AUG
  7. ^ 2006 AUG
  8. ^ 2008 AUG
  9. ^ 2010 AUG
  10. ^ 2012 AUG
  11. ^ 2014 AUG
  12. ^ 2016 AUG
  13. ^ 2018 AUG
  14. ^ "2006 AUG logo".
  15. ^ "2006 AUG mascot".
  16. ^ a b "2014 AUG logo and mascot".
  17. ^ Medal table AUG 2006
  18. ^ Medal table AUG 2010
  19. ^ 2014 AUG
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